On June 18, LIFE STO3RE project held at the facilities of CEBAS-CSIC, in the Espinardo University Campus, the technical day" TENDENCIAS E INNOVACIÓN EN DIGESTIÓN ANAEROBIA DE FANGOS Y PURINES, Y GESTIÓN DE LODOS" (TRENDS AND INNOVATION IN ANAEROBIA DIGESTION OF SLUDGE AND MANURE, AND MUD MANAGEMENT), a meeting point for professionals in the water purification sector in which the main results and advances achieved through the project were presented.

For those who could not attend, all the interventions of the day, in which all the project partners participated, as well as external experts, were collected on video, available in the Youtube channel of LIFE Sto3re Project, which can also be visualized, in order of intervention, below:

Inauguration by Manuel Abellán Soler (ESAMUR) and Luis Basiero (FACSA)

LIFE STO3RE Project: Introduction. Ignacio Pastor, FACSA


Anaerobic digestion in double temperature phase combined with cavitation and ozonation. Elena Zuriaga, FACSA

Elimination of microcontaminants and pathogens through the STO3RE process. José Luís Aranda and Immaculate Solís, IPROMA

Is the STO3RE model viable? Evaluation of the joint management of WWTP sludge and slurry. José Benito Carbajo, Ainia

Agronomic application of the STO3RE biofertilizer. Carlos García, CEBAS-CSIC

Sludge evaluation of WWTP in the Region of Murcia. Román López, ESAMUR

Dual phase digestion temperature. From the laboratory to the WWTP: Actual case EDAR Alcoy. Néstor Portes, FACSA

Mud stabilization with lime. Carlos Rubio, CADAGUA

Microcontaminants in WWTP: anticipating future challenges. Garbiñe Manterola, CEIT-IK4

Advanced mathematical modeling of anaerobic digesters using CFD. Javier Climent, FACSA

Upgrading from biogas to biomethane. New valuation scenario. John Chamberlain, Naturgy

Use of organic amendments in agriculture. Pedro Fernández Molina, Technician of the Ministry of Agriculture of the Region of Murcia

Closing ceremony

Manuel Ruiz Montalván (ESAMUR manager) and Luís Basiero (Director of the Sanitation and Purification Area of FACSA)